Monday, February 23, 2015

Spontaneous or Supernatural?

Now I've heard of spontaneous combustion, but if it happens more than once within a short period of time within a certain range? You know it's not a coincidence. It's not some isolated chemical reaction.
 
So what if this perfect storm of ingredients happened?
 
What could it mean?
 
Something supernatural, for sure.
 
Check out Julie Flanders' new release,
 
Polar Day....

Book Blurb:

The midnight sun bakes Fairbanks, Alaska as residents gather for the annual summer solstice baseball game. Amidst the revelry and raucous shouts of “Play ball,” a spark alights and a jogger bursts into flames. Detective Danny Fitzpatrick, still reeling from his near death at the hands of vampire Aleksei Nechayev, watches in horror as the man burns alive.

Someone is burning Fairbanks and its residents and leaving nothing but smoldering embers behind. As the city sweats under a record-breaking heatwave and unexplained fires claim more victims, Danny and his colleagues struggle to find an arsonist who can conjure fire out of thin air.

To Danny’s horror, the only one who may be able to help him stop the arsonist is his nemesis Nechayev. Will the vampire help in the hunt for a witch?
 
 
 
Available on Amazon

 
 

Author Bio:  

Julie Flanders is a librarian by day and a writer all the rest of the time. She is also a television show addict with a particular fondness for Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead and a slightly obsessive sports fan who cheers for the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Cincinnati Reds. Julie is an animal lover and animal rescue advocate who shares her home with her rescued dog and cat. She has written about the joys of pets for outlets such as Cat Fancy, Thrive in Life, and Best Friends Animal Society. Visit Julie at julieflanders.net.

 

Julie's Links

 
 
 
What do you think?
 
Spontaneous?
 
Supernatural?
 
Super Fun?
 

 

 

 

8 comments:

  1. Congrats to Julie on her new book! It sounds awesome.

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  2. Thanks for sharing this, Gwen!! And thanks Natalie, shelly, and Alex!

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  3. I enjoyed Julie's Polar Nights, so I'l forward to reading this one.

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